Aab e Hayat novel pdf of Umera Ahmad’s Most Popular urdu Novel “Peer E Kamil ” This tale contains the biography of Umaima and Salar after their wedding. Aab e Hayat by Umera Ahmed Complete Novel – – Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online. Read free Aab-e-Hayyat By Umera Ahmed-Last Episode Complete Novel at Urdu Novels Aab-E-Hayyat is a great novel which is going on in these days. hey umaira abe hayat is a best nevel ever written are eagarly waiting for the.
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It was refreshingly unconventional. Seema khalid January 31, at Now I’ve read umeda books and romance is my favorite genre and I’ve my fair share of some cheap and dirty ones as well but after ‘cheap’ romance novel, you got to have to read some from E.
Peer-e-kamil is still my favorite.
Both of them face challenges in their own way, but are always with eachother: Another point that really gutted me was how could Imama take palmistry so lightly, Salar be shaking hands with women, holding and giving his name to ahked girl who was not his child, and Jibreel be holding hands with Ayesha, given their background and after mention after mention of the proper application of religion.
On the other hand, there is a woman with that man, torn and devastated for nine years, but eventually finds peace with him.
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I thought it will be as good as peer e kamil but was very umra. The noel thing about this book was its conscious effort against the abolishment of usury, Ab am very proud of and heartily praise Umera’s efforts on this behalf. I am unable to understand what was wrong with Imama? She not only read these but cherish all of her books as well, and while reading places herself as female lead and Jalal as male lead, no wonder she is messed-up in the upper department. But it was compensated very well by the end of the book.
Or was the book missed that part as well? Then this novel relates beyond the thinking for the true love of Allah. Dec 01, Alina Naz rated it really liked it Shelves: I was quite hesitant in reading the sequel to peer e kamil, one of my favourite books, scared to ruin it but well I wasn’t disappointed. Hamein boht intezar hai next part ka plz jaldi lekheye Reply.
Are you excited to know whether they lived happily ever after or not? This guy here was an epitome of perfection at being an awesome husband, human being and always-trying-to-be-a-Better-Muslim. Negative and one-sided portrayal of a sect of Muslims, which reflects the culture of intolerance present in our society. She sulk because Salar didn’t say good morning, or had breakfast with her or say she looks pretty in blue while she was wearing purple etc etc The only plot up till now is how much Umama is insecure about her new life and how much Salar is in love with his wife and how perfect his is.
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آبِ حیات (Aab-e-Hayat)
How beautifully they are together. Get Yourself a Copy. The entire novel revolves around “wo hil nahi saki thi” and crying episodes.
Who hy ready to fight the oppressive world and keen to establish a hqyat islamic society and financial system. To be honest i really started to hate them all. The story of Saad’s Salar’s friend from Yale’s days family was a cautionary tale for me. Umera portrayed the Western society quite accurately and I was really impressed with the CIA breaking the engaged couple apart, it really was amusing as much as it was clever and accurate.
I liked the book but I cannot say I loved the book because I did not. She began her writing career in at a quite young age.
Aab-e-Hayyat By Umera Ahmed-Last Episode
This needed to be highlighted. Throughout the course of this novel, I was looking for more details regarding Salaar’s new company SIF, but never found them and the story ended.
You will not receive updates until email confirmation. Yes the main characters were Salaar and Imama, but painted on an entirely different canvas. It’s hard but I am going to try to be very sincere with my review, and it is going Starting off, there’s much to be abw about this book which will gradually unfold.
Fakhar meher August 24, at 1: